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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 September 1842

-rr ti:his of tiik ami:kica. HENRY B. MA8SER,? riniiMtMisg .JOSErH EISEI.Y. SPaoranroas. . it. n.1SSEIt Editor. orriCC I MINKCT STkliKT, KtAR Dttn. THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to he paid half yearly in advance. No paper di scon tin Ut'd till all arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a less period thnn m months. Ail communication or letter on business relating to the ollice, to insure attention, Must be POST PAIL). art CJenlns and I.nvr. . BT H. W, tOSnntLLOW. Visions of Faroe! that once did visit me, Making night glorious with your smile, where rc ye! Oh, who shall rito me, now that ye are gone, Juices of those immortal plants that Mow Upon Olyrnpu-, making us immortal ! Or tench me where that wondrous mandrake grows, W hose magic root, torn from the earth with groans, At midnight hour, can scare the fiends away, And make the mind prolific in its fancies t I have the wish, but want the will to act! Souls of great men departed ! Ye...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 September 1842

iT""" Vrom the Sacanmth Ktjmblicun. Importint llrsimtchcs rrom Mexico. 'John L. Dorscy, lq., l-earcr of despatches fnm Mexico, to our Government, aimed in litis city 1asi evening, via. Key Writ nml Piiisacola, having li ft Vrra Ciuz on the 17lh ul. The despatches we learn, aenf a vrry important character in relation to our d Ihcullic with Mcxi co. When Mr. I. loft, great excitement prevailed toward the Government of the United States. A .proclamation was issued the ly before hisdep-u-lure, of a most violent sod i. ti am .tory chancier, alling upon the citizens to unite and resist (he ag gression of the United Slates; denouncing nurciti rtia a theivca, robbers and scoundrels, who arc dcMrnus to overthrow their religion, plumlcr their churches, and prostitute thc4r wives and daugh- tern. The Army of ihe Mexican Government amount to npwiirda of 50,000 effective men, and wn daily receiving addition from vai ions section of the ion rmmdiiig country. Upwaids of 21.1,000 men had been order...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 September 1842

S'rom t'ht tilth" inwrr. American. TWENTY SEVENTH CHMiRESS. WAinrToit, Aug. SO, 181. HOLVsE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Tho Journal ot "pTrjwvhngs having been read, llii'ie was tush ft the 6om sd flio Hirst effort wb teaflept t Resolution allowing extra compen sation 1ft rtie cbarlrrins of tlie two Houses of Con Rrcra. The resolution was not adopted for want of time lo oonsicW it TBwimiin or tbk , "Some tltirty r (mij Sills, most of them private, liitviitg passed on Saturday, wcto sif-TH-l to-day. HeMH Hill In tlw llsswae. T bill with tiii rami ik nt. The Revenue Bill wai the great question -of the vhty. 'The Secretary of the Senate, wan at the Vint with the Bill from the Senate at an early hour, and as soon as he made hi Report, the Chairman of the 'Committee of Ways an J Mean moved that the House proceed at once to corridor the UilL "A or a it Anacan - Was heard from all side of the Hall. The Bill was taken from the tattle, and consi dered. Mr. FILLMORE moved concurrence in the amendments...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 September 1842

., y X T U LIST. rCXXSVL-TAXIi. The following Mm shows the rtirr nl value of nil Pennsylvania Bank Notca. The niol implicit re liance may e placed upon it, as il i every wrrk can fully compared with ai d corrected I nun Bi.k dell's Reporter. ' llniiks In llillnil4'lilii. NaM. " LoCATIOX. NOTES ATTAR. Ttotik of North America -' . , Hunk of the Northern Liberties , Commercial Bank of Penn'a. . , Farmer' and Mechanic' Bank . Kensington Dank Philadelphia Bank Schuylkill Bank Sloiithwark Bank . Western Bank i Mechanics Unnk . ' iiisc. m Pill LA It. far par ar . jmr , par par par . par par par Country ItnnK. Rsmk of Chester County Wrstchestcr llank ol "Delaware County Bank of Germantown Bank of Monlcomery Co. Dnylrslown llank Caslnn Bank Farmers' Bank of Burks co. ( tlnce 0f Bank of I'win'a. IIrre do - do Of lice do do OtTtce do do Chester Grrmantnwn Noirislow n Dnvl. stOWIl Ei.slon Bii-t.d llam-buig Lancaster Reading Eastun NOTES AT DISCIIUNT. Flank of the Unilcd Slates Bank of Penn Town...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 September 1842

Ti:ilMS OP THE " AMmiCAX." HENRY B. MA88ER, 3 Publish ard "JOSEPH EtSEl.Y. $ Pane. .toss. II. It. MASSE It Editor .... - ' ?j ; , ' . . AMlfflCAN. rmciiH 01 Aiivr.m I square t insertion, fo 5fJ 1 do 2 do . . , 0 TA I do 3 do a . 1 on Evdry subsequent insert irn, ' 0 S5 '. Yearly Advertisements, (with tb privilege ol alteration) one column $25; half column, flU, three squares, f 13 ; two squares, 9 ; one square, $ Without tre privilege of alteration a liltcral discount will be made. Advertisement left without directions a to the length of time thry are to be published, will ba continued until ordered out, and charged accord ingly, CJ'lf"ixecn hrret make a square. I - - ... . 1 !J --J Mftlrlinony, 'Yon ought to marry,' . . . , Never.' ' I Itnow a good girl lor you.' Let rrre alone.' 'But perhaps yon pshaw'. yoa ionX Itnow orrlO 1 MARKET tTHRIT, HEAR DSKR. THE" AMERICAN" ia published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 September 1842

From Ihe Delaware Journal. ThcDlvlnlMg nMl. The art of discovering water courses under the surface of the earth ly rnea ns of a green rod or wand newly cut from pencil, hazel or cherry tree, has been known in Europe fur several hun dred years. It is said the discovery was mndn in Germany, but by whom it is uncertain. Until a very late period it his been considered an imposture, and tanked with the arts of ma gicians and other vain pretenders to mysterious powers. This opinion of the power oftho "di vining rod" or "magic wand," a9 it has been termed, has undoubtedly arisen from this fact, that in the hands of many persons the action of the rod is wholly imperceptible, whilst in other the attraction of the water, especially if it he near the surface and vein large, is surprisingly prcat. When the wand is of a brittle nature the attractive power is so forcible as frequent ly to break it. From numerous experiments made in France since the commencement of the present centu ry, by Thou ve...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 September 1842

Ths Money Market. Wry little change in the money matlm of Phil adelphia. Tha nut-door rate may bo quoted heretofore it T to percent., for good paper. The brokers have very little to do, insomuch a the hank, discount all ahoit paper of unexceptionable character that ia presented to them. Our own im pression is that as business becomes mora active, money will Ret comparatively scarce. The abun dance at the present time, grows chiefly nut of the limited business of the eoun'iy. Every body hos been curtailing and retrenching for months, while the uncertainty and apprehension that existed with regard to the revenue or tariff bill, also had its effect in deterring capitalists from any new enterprises. But the revenue bill having passrd, and Congress adjourned, we may speedily look for more activity In trade, and hence for more demand for money. The currency, ton, is getting bettet at various oinU ; the crops of ad kinds' are coming In ; we have no Tear of war with Great Britain, and the p...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 September 1842

HANK SOTU. LI8T. rrNivsii.riMi. The following list shows lhe cum til value of nil (Ynnsylvarua Hunk Notra. Hip most imnlicit re linnce may l placed tiion it, as il is wry live k ran limy compared with ai it corrected fitxn link tit-ll's R.xirtrr. Hanks In lIillnUIlilii. K.. -. T Pur. t Piiii.aii. NOTES AT PAR. Hank of North America Hank of the Northern Lihertir ' , Commercial Bnnk f Pcnn'a. Paimers' and Mechanics' Dunk . Kensington Rank I'l ilmli li.liin Hunk Schuylkill Bank Souihwark Bank . W'pstern Dank . , Mechanics' Dunk . , C on nli y stunk. Hank ol l hestcr County Punk of Delaware County H.ink idT Oermuntowii Bank of Montgomery Co. Doyhslovi n linnk E--ton Bank Farmers' Hank of Rucks co I titiee of Hank of Finn's, Ollicn ki do "iJico do do Office do do NOTES AT Bnnk of llie United State Bank of Penn Township Oirar.l Bank par iar par ar par par par MIT par I'lH Westchester Chester (crmantown Nnrristnwu Dny hslown Huston lliit.it lIarrir.U'B Lanr iri. r Reading Easlrin DISCO UNT...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 17 September 1842

TIUIMS Ol" T1IK " AltlKlllCAX." HE.NRV II, MASEEH, J runnxntis aku JOSEPH UtSKLY. $ rMurniTni(a. it. 11. JtlASSEK, Editor. UNBUKY AMERICAN. AND STIAMOKIN .TOtlttNAL. rni(i;i or aj i:im isi. I square I Insertion, . $4 nO 1 do do . , 0 75 I do 3 do - 1 00 FvAy subsequent insertii n, 0 8.ri Yearly Advertisements, (with the prrvilegn ol alteration) one column 25; half column, fl8, three a.pinrca, f 'i two squares, f 9 j one square, fi. W ithout the j-nvilego of alteration a liherul discount will lie made. AdvcrlrsemPrtla left wil limit directions as lo the lenu'lh of time they are lo be published, will be continued until ordered out, and charged accord ingly. Cffixtcen lines make a aquaro. Frnis of Jugglery, The Iondon Spectator Ibns speaks nfthe tricks perforttrtd by a celebrated juggler now in that metropolis : Among other incomprehensible doings, bo bmls four plucked pigeons in a kettle full of water, suspended 'over a fire, nnd perfectly JorriCt IK MtftKKT STMKET, NEAR Dktll. THE" A...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 17 September 1842

J-'fwm the Stmlhcrn Literary Mcttcngtr, A IIRJIDItr. She i n ecnile quirt cirl, With darkly waving hair, fust parted in her simple way, On a forehead low nnil fnir. No hush of brilliant loveliness as np.irklins; on her face, Put something t.anquil and subdued, And touching in its graie. She "eliinm smiled; luit then hc brought No cloud on other's glee; And ever on her pale young lrow A shadow ("Oi moil In he; And then hrr voire wns very rail In its soft onil earnest lone, Wilh a low and w inning eloquence, And a sweetness nil it own. Some hiildrn sorrow on the pa-l, A daiknrss spcmp I t. tlr.-v ; She npvpr spoke of ear y Irs, Or uf pleasure long ain; Put in Ihp daily common run s She calmly mp h. r slurp. As oup who had no shrinking fr.im The trials life must hear. No jest was on her placid lip W here kindest accents hung. And never now. tlip rairli s laujjh From her si 1 1 Fpirit rung, liul wiih n light and silent step She moved among tlip throne. Pinuioiiug in her noiseless way Th...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 17 September 1842

Vorkingmrn'i Ticket la Centre, The last mrniW ctf th Centre Democrat, which accidentally fell Mo out hum), conlalna the ticket which hit been formed Vy lh DemotmHc Work ingmen of Centre totmty, at Ihe head of which stands the nametvf Chirwks W, Hksiki, Esq.. as their candidate fur SatiaTo. A nomination of this kind, unsought ahd unci peeled liy Mr. ITegtne, rndrcates the high eslima linn in which hit public servict-a are Weld hy a for, tion of line Democratic party of that county, among hom, at this jinrctin-f , Use tdifor of that paper oc m to have fatten. In hit remark upon the qualifications of the candidates presented by the Workingmen, the editor speaks of Mr. Ifcgina as a 'gentleman of more talents than political or moral honesty than which more false and nefarious entente m never written. Mr. ShUgcit, who cpraka thus, w he leve haa not the honor of a perm tial acquaintance with Mr. Heglns, and under pies went ciecwvistanres it is probable wwr will enjoy that pleasure. The pol...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 17 September 1842

1IAXK SOTIi l.I.T. lI'XSVI.TMi. Thef.dtowiiiR list Rlifltra'xi'icTurrc'MI value of (til fVniisvtvania Hank Notts. The most itnf 1 i-it te fiairrcmay I placed upon it, an -t I i-pfv-y trvrA ein fully eompnrcil with nt J corriT cd honi Hi. k licfi's Reporter. iMnUn In l'liir.KlrliililiK Ntiu Loot.... liM Prut to. N 0 TTf AT Att, TCnnk nf North America . , It rink of the Northern .ii!-rtie . Commercial Hank of Pciin'n. . , Fntmeis' ami Mechanics' Hunk Kensington Dank . . Fhilndt;llhi bunk Schuylkill Hank . . , Hiiiilhwnrk Bank , . Western Bank . . . Mechanics' Hank . , Country Itnult. rtunk rif Chester Counlv Westchester mr par r i:ir par i;ir p-.r Tlce i H's-es III lllll Untik of Delaware County H.itik of (Jcrmnntnwn Hank of Montcomcry Co. Thiylrslow n Unnk Easton l):iiik Farmers' Unnk of Huck co Ollice of Itimk of Peon's. Office do do Ofnro do o Office do do Chester (icimnntown Nmristnw n )il I. HtlUVII Easton Hri tol narri-Mug Lai c .sh r Reading Easton J issue h NOTES AT DJSCOl'N T...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 September 1842

J. TKitiiis or tiik "americak." IIENKY n. MA8SER, Pcattsagas ard JOSEPH EISEI.Y. SPaorftitToas. SUM-BUB-Y AMEBIC AN. ' AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the majority, the vital principle of Republic, from which thr re Is no appeal but to force, the vital principle and immediate parent id despotism. Jrrimsn rmti or Aitriinrisrvti square 1 insertr;), f 0 6f) 1 do 3 do 0 75 I do 3 d.i I 00 Ylvry suVrTrtrt ""lsmi. tt, O 25 Yearly AdvertlseYnenra ! VtYie columTs, ; half ri4trmrt,f 18, three squares, $12; two Scarpa, $ 9 ; rtna square, f .r. HalFyearlyt me column, $18 j half column, $11 s, Vrtre squares, $8 two squares, f lit one square, $.1 60. AtWeiiiewite reft vHthmit trirevtiotia as to the Irnqth of liinuhey ire lo be pubhsWi, will be continued until ordered out, and chaTgvd ttcord- ingty. C"jf-1xVeT) Kirri fnaVe k square. H. B. JHtSSEil, HMtor, fttrrica m miin STKtsT, una cta. THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum lobe paid ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 September 1842

From the Y. I. Journal of Commerce. Horrible Outrage and Murder. ' On Tuesday lost a pugilistic fijri.t took place nt Hastings, in West Chester county, between u'n Englishman ' named Christopher Lilly, and Thomas McCoy, an Irishman, which resulted in tlio death of the luttor. The body ol McCoy was brought the same evening to hirf late re.-i-denceat No. 14 Dover street, in this city, arid a Coroner's Inquest was held on it yesterday. A port mortem examination was made on tho body of the deceased by Doctors UcComb and llosnck, who testified that in their opinion the death was produced by suffocation, caused by the infiltration of blood into the cells of the Inn, being the result of violence. The heud tuid fure, and the bone on the left side of the nose waa broken, and the cartilages sepa rated from the bone the lips cut by the teeth as if I rum a blow, the vessels of the surface mueh en irorged, and a quantity of Lkod found in the luny... .Several other witnesses were exhibited, but t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 September 1842

. Ml. L- U A Casa Stated. A powerful stream had run over the fall, in a certain neighborhood, since the creation. The people on the bunk had long admired the atream nd fall, but they could not control or use it, hiv ing neither money nor skill.' The people got theit living by nixing hop, with a little corn, beam and potatoes; and poultry waa their principal stork, as the land, l-eing mostly a pine barren, yielded little grass. That which was cultivated w is worth on ly (5 an acre, and much of it was common, worth tiolhing. A D, and U came among them, bought a hun dred acrea of Und, including ihe fulls, giving $10 an acre. They laid out f 30,000 in building strung dam and factory. . They paid $39,000 to (he people for labor, fur quarrying stones, making bricks, arid putting up the factory nnd dam, snd $1,000 went for nails, glues, &e. They paid $ I a day fr labor, and double for lumber to what it ever brought before. The clay and s'onrs were before worth nothing. They paid for la...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 September 1842

II A A li X O T i: I, I ST. I'LWSVI-VIM. The f..l!oWitiK slmw the current value of nil IVmwvKania Hnnk N.itm. Tlic mo-l initial re liance may I placed upon it. it U erirt week car, fully compared with at d correc ed lioiti Hi. k lull' Reporter. . Hunks In IMiIIsmU llila. NW Locxtio. "" ' I ii 1 1. n. NOTES AT TAR. Hank nf North Amenta . , Hank of the Northern Liberties . ' 'nmmereial Bank of Intifi. . . I'mmcr' ami Mechanics' Bank . KiMismeton Bank . . pur par nir par par par in r -r par pal I hila.lc Iphia Bank Schuylkill Bank Xiiiithnark Hank M'csrrm Batik . .Mechanics' Dank Count ry lt-iiiUN. Wcstejjcsler Chester Gctmantnwii Nntristouti 1 leslow 11 Itnik l t heslcr bounty Bunk of Delaware County Bank of Ccrmantnwii 'Uuiik tif Montgomery Co. Doy lesion n Dunk Eastoti Bank 'Eaimer' llnnk of Dork co ( Wl'ire of Hank of Penu'a. 4lTire do do H 'dice do ki Ofi'ice da do pnr uir i:ir hi i iur EliSlon Itli-lol par Harrishuig The.r Lancaster I office Reading f do not Easton J issue n. Ms ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 1 October 1842

Tiiiois or tiii: An:it! i.v UCMJY 11. MASEEH,? ri,ni.tsKKiis amu JOSEPH EISKLY. 5 rnui KiKTons. . It. .tf.fs.svM, iuuior. urncK IS MAllKKT sthkkt, xun ti:r.n. THE" AMKKIOA.N" is published every Katur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to lie ..(:iil half yearly In tulvnnce. IS'o paper drscontin Ufil till Lt arrearages arc paid. Jiosnliscriptiofn received 'fnr n less period th:in mt MojtKs. All coiniritiniciitions or Idlers on husinens relating to tho ollicc, to insure tlicritltm, must be -POST PAW). SUNBURY AMERICAN. AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL. Absolute, ncliulcscence in the ilecisidhii of llle liiajorpy, lite vital principle of Republics, from which lUri no appeal hut lo force, the. il.d principle and ininiedia'e parent ..I ilcspotrstft. Jul rMivi. riticix or ivi:it risiixj. 'I square '1 'insertion, - -. fit 50 I do 3 do . . 0 71 I do t) d . 1 uft lOv.'ry siiltceijuciH inerlicn, - - .0 2ft Yearly Advertisement.- i one column, ?".' mf column, f IN, three squares, 12; two squares, ? 9 ; iir.e s...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 1 October 1842

Ilniinimrte'a Opinion of Chela!, A foreign Journal lately paulfsltcit a com er nation related by Count dc Moatln.loii, the faith ful friend of the Emperor Napoleon. Without being resK)nsii)le for the truth of this conversa tion m reported, I will copy it literally; anil, it may really have been uttered by the Emperor. ItiV'sPTves to be read wflh attention. "I know men,1 said Napoleon, 'mid I telly-mi that Jesus is not a man ! The religion of (.'lirist is a mystery w hich subsist by its own force, ir.id proceeds from a mind which is not a human mind. Wo find in it a marked in dividual, which orginatcd a train of words rrr.d notions unknown before. Jesus borrowed n s- ! thing from our knowledge. I (o exhibited in; himself, a perfect example of his precepts Jo- ! us is not a philosopher, forhis proofs are mira cle ; and from the first, his disciples adored him. la fact, learning and philosophy are of no use for salvation ; and Jesus came into the world, to reveal the mysteries of Heave...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 1 October 1842

ron tn AMtnicAn. ' THE rEOPLE of NorthurubetUnd county, and especially our democratic friends, hive, presented to Ibem for their support, a ticket composed of un wavering friends of their bent interests men of long and welt tried respectability of character. These men they are asked to support. They are honest, efficient and trustworthy ; and because they ere the nominees of the It taut, a a, DmotiuTtc tounty convention. Do not permit the cry of corruption in the deles gale system ; because the candidates who are out as Volunteers, ate those who submitted their claims before the people, and before the delegates who assembled in the county convention in the borough of unbury, for the county of Northumberland, for the purpose of forming county ticket. Those volunteer candidates, who offer themselves and are now the candidates before the cople of Northum berland county, are no other than the candidates TvXu asked from the county convention a nomins- Inhi at their hands, and not havirg ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 1 October 1842

ISAM! XTi: MST, 'Tl r following lis) shows fne rirrrml x-ifliip of nl1 IVnnsv Ivania llmik Nntm. The most implirrt re-;li.iln-f iny t e plm-cd 5141011 H, si .is cviri irnti ran fully comnaii'J with ai (1 corn-cied lnm Lli k iH-lTn 'tepirrie r. I till iK In IMiiliiiVliihi. v Vise. I jVme. I.iicitiox'. ., . n t i: s a t p a n. rank of North 'America - , Hunk itf f he Northern (jberlips fninmcrcinl Hunk of Pcnn'a. . . Fniriis nml Mechanics' Hunk . Kensington Uattk - Xia I I" I"" ar par I'" .'ibi Idi-lii llsiiik Schuylkill Hank -Nmjthvvark Hnnk W'wirrn TJniik . Mechanics' Uiilik . Country Itunli. J'. o.k S Cluster County lbnk of Delaware County il.mk itf t'irrmanlow n R ii!k W.nrlgomery Co. Hoy lesion n Dank Mus'ou Hunk v rstchrslcr ): pur leir 4ar 4 mi Tiir lllPVKT (irilllniiKvRTl Ai otrHtnwii 1 t h i-lim-n J'.asimi Funnel' Faulk of Iltlckseo "ISri-i1 J lUii e ofHrHiii'tiPiViifiY Ml;,.e iki Oo i' (Hire Jo 1 1 ( irr.ee fin Ylrt N 0 T F. s A T Hfliii-1iiB , 1 ,;iikms!i r i I Tl. otliccs ...

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